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Social Welfare A History of the American Response to Need

ISBN-10: 0801330408
ISBN-13: 9780801330407
Edition: 5th 2001
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Book details

List price: $56.60
Edition: 5th
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/9/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 355
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.188
Language: English

Introduction
Document: Introduction
An Act for the Relief of the Poor, 43 Elizabeth, 1601
The Colonial Period: 1647-1776
The Poor Laws in the Colonies
Conquest, Expansion, and Population Growth: Native Americans, Immigration, and Slavery
Challenge to the Poor
Veterans: A Special Class
Documents: The Colonial Period
An Act of Supplement to the Acts Referring to the Poor, Massachusetts Bay, 1692
The Binding of Moses Love, 1747
The Pre-Civil War Period 1777-1860
Labor and Economic Security
The Reform Movements
Institutions, Almshouses, and Paupers
Child Saving
Retreat from the Almshouse
Documents: The Pre-Civil War Period
First Annual Report, Society for the Prevention of Pauperism in New York City, 1818
Constitution and By-Laws, Female Orphan Asylum of Portland, Maine, 1828
President Franklin Pierce, Veto Message, Ten-Million Acre Bill, 1854
The Civil War and After: 1869-1900
Population Changes
The Welfare of Soldiers and Veterans
Social Welfare: The Rural South
Social Welfare: Urban Problems
The Charity Organization Movement
The Social Welfare of Women
A New View of Child Welfare
The Aging: The Group That Was Left Behind
The Settlement House Movement
Documents: The Civil War and After
State of New York, Act to Provide for the Relief of Indigent Soldiers, Sailors and Marines, and the Families of Deceased Military Personnel, 1887
Josephine Shaw Lowell, The Economic and Moral Effects of Public Outdoor Relief, Proceedings, NCCC, 1890
An Act to Prohibit the Coming of Chinese Laborers, September 13, 1888
An Act, Supplement, October 1, 1888
Progress and Reform: 1900-1930
Poverty and the Working Class
Coalitions for Reform
Social Reform: Working Conditions
Social Reform: Women, Work, and Suffrage
Social Reform: Income Security
Social Reform: Family Welfare
Social Work and the Black Population
The End of Reform
The Social Welfare of Veterans
The Professionalization of Social Work
Documents: Progress and Reform
Florence Kelley, The Family and the Woman''s Wage, Proceedings, NCCC, 1909
Funds to Parents Act, Illinois, 1911
Frederic Almy et al, Public Pensions to Widows, Proceedings, NCCC, 1912
The Depression and the New Deal: 1930-1940
The Hoover Response to Crisis
FDR and the New Deal
Labor and Social Welfare
Veterans and the Bonus
Public Money for Relief
Federal Emergency Relief Administration
The Social Security Act
Social Insurance
Public Assistance
Family Life and Social Workers
Conclusion
Documents: The Depression and the New Deal
Federal Emergency Relief Administration, Monthly Report, Rules and Regulations, 1933
Social Security Act, 1935
War and Prosperity: 1940-1970
Population Shifts
Technology, Productivity, and Economic Insecurity
World War II
Wartime Economic and Social Advances
Veterans and the G.I. Bill
Postwar Optimism
The Attack on Public Welfare
Poverty and the Reform of Welfare
The War on Poverty
Expanded Benefits for the Aging
Reform of Welfare: 1967
Civil Rights and Juvenile Justice
Documents: War and Prosperity
President John F. Kennedy, Message on Public Welfare, 1962
Economic Opportunity Act, 1964. U.S
Supreme Court, In Re Gault, 1967
Economic and Social Stagnation: 1970-1990
Changing Employment Patterns
The Changing Family
Poverty and Income Distribution
The Battle Over Rights
Expenditures for Social Welfare
New Approaches to Income Security
Women
Veterans
Documents: Economic and Social Stagnation
President Richard M. Nixon, Message on Reform in Welfare, 1969
Standard of Review for Terminat

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